Franklin County High School Temporarily Moves To Remote Learning

Outdoor fall sports will go on as planned.

(Brookville, Ind.) – Franklin County High Schhol has temporarily moved to remote learning.

The school corporation announced last week that students will be out for remote learning until September 7 due to a rising number of positive COVID-19 cases among students.

While students will be home for remote learning, outdoor fall sports may continue.

Franklin County HS joins Greensburg on the list of local schools to go to temporarily go to remote learning. 

Greensburg Schools started two-weeks of online instruction on Monday. They have also shut down all extracurricular activities until students return to the classroom on September 13.


Greensburg Schools Moving To Online Instruction For Two Weeks

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